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Columbia College and School of Engineering Fall Admissions Statistics, 2000-2014      
                       
 
Columbia College
School of
Engineering and Applied Science
 
Apps Admits Enroll Admit % Yield % Apps Admits Enroll Admit % Yield %  
2014 25,404 1,729 1,104 7% 64% 7,563 562 320 7% 57%  
2013 26,376 1,751 1,094 7% 62% 7,155 560 322 8% 58%  
2012 25,834 1,795 1,091 7% 61% 6,017 567 324 9% 57%  
2011 29,279 1,873 1,140 6% 61% 5,531 548 323 10% 59%  
2010 21,748 1,805 1,096 8% 61% 4,431 592 326 13% 55%  
2009 21,273 1,902 1,155 9% 61% 4,154 599 338 14% 56%  
2008 19,119 1,783 1,061 9% 60% 3,466 635 337 18% 53%  
2007 18,081 1,647 1,016 9% 62% 3,262 608 317 19% 52%  
2006 17,152 1,662 1,022 10% 61% 2,702 637 316 24% 50%  
2005 15,793 1,693 1,024 11% 60% 2,332 625 315 27% 50%  
2004 15,006 1,636 1,011 11% 62% 2,252 639 321 28% 50%  
2003 14,665 1,644 1,011 11% 61% 2,219 649 315 29% 49%  
2002 14,135 1,641 1,042 12% 63% 2,027 627 334 31% 53%  
2001 14,094 1,729 1,005 12% 58% 2,465 649 312 26% 48%  
2000 13,463 1,749 1,012 13% 58% 2,439 661 317 27% 48%  
                       
-Admissions Data was contributed by the Columbia College/Engineering Admissions Office . Final enrollment     
 figures may differ slightly from those reported here.              
-Apps: Number of applications received for consideration to enroll in the fall semester of the year listed.    
-Admits: Number of students admitted for the fall semester.            
-Enroll: Number of admitted students who enrolled for the fall semester.          
-Admit %: Number of students offered admission divided by the number of applications.        
-Yield %: Number of students who enrolled at Columbia divided by the number who were offered admission.    
-In 2011 Columbia University began accepting the Common Application          
                       
-Source: Student Information Systems                
-Prepared by: Office of Planning and Institutional Research          
http://www.columbia.edu/cu/opir                  
opir@columbia.edu                    
Date: 12-11-2014